There are three things that one can depend on experience when arriving in Holland. Canal/and a struggle with the sea, bikes, bikes and more bikes and boats. No two boats are the same.
Honfluer lies roughly an hour and a half from Paris on the coast of Normandie. It's a quaint and as picturesque as you seen in this photograph. In addition it's loaded with history and has been the setting of numerous artist, such as Monet and others.
Its seems endless, grand, foreboding, ancient and harboring the souls of many a worker. One moment, the wall is incredible, magnificent, the next moment tragic and made from the the cold bricks of megalomania.
The two things that interest me most about the Pantheon, the oculus and the way sunlight circles the interior, giving it random moods, and the slant of the floor. If you placed a marble on the floor it would make a bee line for the door. A slanted floor is a great thing to have when you have a gigantic hole in the roof. The Pantheon is one of my favorite monuments in Rome. Begun around the beginning of the common era, or better known as the year zero. It was dedicated by Hadrian in the year 124. It retains its splendor after roughly 1,900 years passing.
Jerusalem, is the religious epicenter of Judaism, Islam and Christianity. Imagine the significance this city represents to so many around the world, the history, the cultures, the weight of these religions packed into 220 acres or one square kilometer. Its a clash of old and new, dogmas, ideologies, conflict, and hope.